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Property Overview

Property Details

Reference 85200DPE75 Price
agency fees to be paid by the seller
Bedrooms 3 bed Bathrooms 2 bath
Accommodation 111 m2 Land 0 m2 - 0 ha
Town Department Paris
  • City property
Property Type
Property Features
  • Double glazing
  • High speed internet
Property Condition
  • To be renovated

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Full Property Description

Miscellaneous: Currently offices and in need updating, facing South & West, five bays windows, 3rd floor, two apartments on this floor, secure building with reinforced door and digital entry code system, smoke detector, lift, high speed fibre optic internet, individual electric heating system, freehold and no building renovation voted or planned, renovated roof and facades, 250 € / month service charge including water & lift, land tax (to confirm), service bills of approx. 100 euros/month, furnished rental potential approximately 2800 € / month or weekly vacation rentals in high season. easy off street parking or numerous car parking space rental nearby,.

Built over 8 floors, this 1880 stone built property is located in the area of Arts & Metiers. The residence is constructed on a plot of 397 m2 located 199 m from Temple metro station (L3) and 319 m from Republique metro station (L3, 5, 8, 9, 11). Self-service bike system 'Velib' & self-service electric car system 'Autolib ' close by.

3rd Arrondissement - Mostly a residential neighbourhood, it is the quieter part of the medieval district of Le Marais, and one of most pleasant places to live in Paris. Sophisticated village, it contains several open-air markets and squares like the 'Carreau du Temple', the Garden of the 'Hôtel Salé' (Picasso Museum) or the garden 'Saint-Gilles-Grand-Veneur'. The Oldest surviving private house of Paris, built in 1407, is to be found here, along Rue de Montmorency (its first owner claimed to possess the philosopher's stone). The area includes beautiful buildings and many mansions like 'Hôtel de Montmorency', 'Hôtel de Marle' or 'Hôtel Albret'. From the 17th century, the districts is inhabited by the nobility including Madame de Sevigné, hence the name of one of its current street. Some streets such as Rue de Bretagne, Rue de Montmorency, Rue Charlot or Rue de Braque are particularly sought after. The district was the place where several communities including Auvergnat, Jewish and Chinese established over the centuries.

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